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Monthly archive February, 2013
Film Comment Selects 2013: Sightseers & The We and the I

Film Comment Selects 2013: Sightseers & The We and the I

Joseph Pomp reviews two films screening tonight, the last night of the festival.
Critical Mass: Max Nelson

Critical Mass: Max Nelson

Max Nelson shares one of his favorite pieces of film criticism, Chris Marker's A Day in the Life of Andrei Arsenevich.
Streaming Pick: Drive

Streaming Pick: Drive

Lizzie Rodgers reviews Nicolas Winding Refn's 2011 film, available for streaming on Netflix.
Leviathan

Leviathan

Gus Reed reviews Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel's visionary new documentary.
Expressive Esoterica: The River's Edge

Expressive Esoterica: The River’s Edge

Nick Lieberman reviews Allan Dwan's film, part of the Andrew Sarris: Expressive Esoterica series, now playing at Anthology Film Archives.
Double Exposure Oscar Picks

Double Exposure Oscar Picks

We predict the winners of tonight's Oscar ceremony.
Sound & Vision: Les Miserables

Sound & Vision: Les Miserables

Anika Benkov examines the musical style of Tom Hooper's film in a special Oscar edition of Sound & Vision.
Expressive Esoterica: Dark Waters

Expressive Esoterica: Dark Waters

Justin Restivo kicks off the Expressive Esoterica series, now playing at Anthology Film Archives with a review of André de Toth's 1944 film Dark Waters.
Rep Picks for the Weekend of 2/22/13

Rep Picks for the Weekend of 2/22/13

Double Exposure's rep picks for the weekend.
Film Comment Selects 2013: Motorway, 3, Nights With Theodore

Film Comment Selects 2013: Motorway, 3, Nights With Theodore

Will Noah reviews three very different films screening as part of this year's Film Comment Selects.
Interview: Mike Maggiore

Interview: Mike Maggiore

Bernhard Fasenfest interviews Film Forum's new release co-programmer.
Koch

Koch

Julia Selinger reviews the new documentary on New York City's former mayor.
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